|File:Lepidothrix coronata -NBII Image Gallery-a00181.jpg|
8, see text
Lepidothrix is a genus of bird in the manakin family Pipridae. The genus is predominately found in South America, but one species, the Blue-crowned Manakin, also ranges into Central America. The females of this genus have green plumage with yellow bellies, as do some of the males. The remaining males have black plumage with white or blue crowns. Some also have yellow bellies or blue rumps.
It contains the following species:
- White-fronted Manakin, Lepidothrix serena
- Orange-bellied Manakin, Lepidothrix suavissima
- Blue-crowned Manakin, Lepidothrix coronata
- Blue-rumped Manakin, Lepidothrix isidorei
- Cerulean-capped Manakin, Lepidothrix coeruleocapilla
- Snow-capped Manakin, Lepidothrix nattereri
- Golden-crowned Manakin, Lepidothrix vilasboasi
- Opal-crowned Manakin, Lepidothrix iris
|40x30px||This Pipridae-related article is a stub. You can help All Birds by expanding it.|
|This article is part of Project Bird Genera, a All Birds project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each genus, including made-up genera.|
| This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors). |
Please help by writing it in the style of All Birds Wiki!